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I used the labels for organizing my baking cabinet, which are the images we used in Jo’s post as an example of how these labels look in action. They are so fun! I mentioned that I would be back today to share all of the storage pieces, sources and a few tips to maximize space.
I have a very small pantry area and years ago, I pulled out all of my baking supplies and dry goods to create a separate baking cabinet. Moving baking supplies into its own area is a fantastic solution for creating more room in your pantry-if your pantry is small like mine. I needed every square inch, so this has made a big impact! It also makes things extra handy when baking and cooking.
I pulled together all the sources for (most) of the products that I used in organizing my baking cabinet and a few of my favorite things for baking in general. 🙂
As a side note, #5 and #6 listed above are free printables (recipe cards and pantry labels) that are available for free on the blog. I’m linking to the posts below if you want to download those printables. The rest of the items are all available on Amazon (Amazon affiliate links used).
1) Set of 4 long storage bins (10″) (I use these everywhere in my home)
2) Set of 3 ceramic bowl set with bamboo lids
3) Set of 10 OXO Pop up lids clear storage containers (obsessed with these!)
4) Set of 3 Silicone whisks in pink
5) Free Printable Watercolor Recipes Cards
6) Free Printable Hand Lettered Pantry Labels (45 different pantry items)
7) OXO Pop up angled clear storage container
8) Set of 13 kitchen towels (the best deal and they come in other colors too!)
9) Kitchen Aid 5 Qt. Mixer in pink (comes in other fun colors too)
10) Set of 3 stainless mixing bowls with silicone handles
11) Kitchen aid measuring cups and spoon set
12) Set of 3 OXO Pop up round clear canisters
The free printable pantry labels can be found here. Here’s a snapshot of some of the labels. A more detailed list of all 45 labels are on the label post. You just use clear sticker label paper and cut.
Also, a quick trick that I use throughout my kitchen top of the counter and in cabinets (and office for my paint brushes), is to use the round clear acrylic storage canisters (#12) without the lid as utensil holders.
Here are a few other fantastic products to consider if you’re creating a baking cabinet;
YouCopia Bake Stack organizer for sprinkles, frosting tips, extracts, etc… such a great piece for keeping up with all that little stuff!
If you need to make more room in your pantry and baking cabinet will really help free up space. In the next couple weeks, I will be sharing more pantry and special cabinet organizing that I have done with Jo’s labels.
By the way, you can see more of my favorite storage containers, items to label and beautiful decor items to help you organize in my online shop here.
Thanks for stopping by today!
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